These guys said some stuff. It's actually pretty good. We can't figure out anything to add to it.
Tony Norman (P-G): But no story about Louisiana's politics would be complete without Huey Long's cautionary quip about reformers: "One of these days, the people of Louisiana are going to get good government -- and they aren't going to like it."
I don't know about anyone else, but I'm ready to "dislike" a Pittsburgh mayor for doing the right thing for once.
Ruth Ann Daily (P-G): In fact, what Democratic stalwarts are saying to me, whether whispered in chance encounters or openly discussed over dinner, is that the mayor's mistakes have been so damaging and his accomplishments so slim that he'll be out in two years.
They're already discussing who his successor will be. The jockeying for position has begun.
That is terrible news for this city. If much of the Democratic machine already views Mr. Ravenstahl as a placeholder, then they're not going to work with him much.
Also, we caught most of the Roddy vs. Mistick edition of WQED's OnQ. There was little "versus" about it. Both gentlemen were openly salivating over recent DeSantis momentum, and the possibility of an upset.
When asked whether DeSantis has a chance of winning, Mistick opined that yes he does, but "it would take the perfect political storm." Where have we heard that before?